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Topics: persistence of African culture elements, slavery, the plantation system, agricultural peasant communities, problems of household and family organizations, and concepts of race class. 343 Marxism and the Black Experience.3 credits (e-S-D) Comparative analysis of the use of Marxism or other versions of socialist thought within selected Black communities. So we created the Diversity Core program to connect them to high impact diversity projects across Google and in local communities.

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